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Re: Windows Experience Index

Postby Arris » 24 Sep 2010, 17:37

Impressive to see how you satisfy wish by wish! :geek: Tested it in a virtual machine and it works great! :)

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Three sidenotes:
  • The Desktop Experience Feature needs to be installed to get the Performance Information and Tools panel working.
  • If I execute the regsvr32 of WinSATAPI.dll without the /s parameter it returns error: The module "WinSATAPI.dll" was loaded but the call to DllRegisterServer failed with error code 0x80070716. However this doesn't seem to affect the working of the tool.
  • Add the following command to the install-script to prevent the downloaded-file security-warning when clicking the Rate this computer button: echo.>%SystemRoot%\System32\WinSAT.exe:Zone.Identifier
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Re: Windows Experience Index

Postby halladayrules » 27 Sep 2010, 13:44

Thanks for the tip Arris. Just as a side note I am no longer going to work on Server 2008 R2 because of all the complications with it on my machine. I will be strictly finding workarounds for 2008 only.
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Re: Windows Experience Index

Postby halladayrules » 07 May 2011, 16:16

I have recently completed and uploaded the Windows Assessment Tool (WinSAT) GUI for Windows Server 2008 64-bit editions.

You can download the WinSAT gui tool from here: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WKIXGWLN

Instructions: Extract the zipped folder and run install.bat.
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Re: Windows Experience Index

Postby WindowsUser1995 » 29 Jul 2011, 03:10

Question: Since I have Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 Standard Edition installed and since I'm planning to run Windows 7 Pro x64 on a Virtual Machine, can I copy the WinSAT.exe, emdmgmt.dll, PerfCenterCPL.dll, winsatapi.dll; the contents in the En-US folder/directory: PerfCenterCPL.dll.mui, emdmgmt.dll.mui, WinSAT.exe.mui, and winsatapi.dll.mui from the Windows 7 Pro x64 virtual machine's C:\Windows\System32 directory to my server's C:\Windows\System32 directory?

I really want to get the experience index on my computer. But before I use the program, do I input the command in Command Prompt: regsvr32 perfcentercpl.dll to register the dll file as a useable option in both Control Panel and Computer Properties?
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Re: Windows Experience Index

Postby kamikami333 » 14 Jul 2014, 11:21

Hello Everyone

Please upload WinSAT_VistaSP1_v2.zip

Thank you !
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